At Vatican, empty tombs add new twist to missing girl mystery

People open a tomb in a cemetery on the Vatican's grounds to test the DNA of bones to help solve the 36-year-old disappearance of a teenage daughter of a clerk in the Holy See, in the Vatican July 11, 2019. Vatican Media/Handout via REUTERS

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican opened two tombs on Thursday to see if the body of a girl missing since 1983 was hidden there and ran into a new mystery when nothing was found, not even the bones of two 19th century princesses supposed to be buried there. Experts were looking for the remains […]

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